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Behavioral Science offers some extremely useful, but under-utilized, gems in the areas of self-exploration. Our team discovered these life-hacks through a 15-year journey of exploring over 55 years of behavioral science and technology. This presentation will focus on the behavior of the scientist - an often underappreciated area of study that allows for more objective interpretation of the various domains of science (i.e., researching, interpreting, publish, etc.).
ehavioral science has advanced in many ways the past 60 years - mainly behind technical articles and in hard-to-find books. The framework towards teaching self-management skillsets to learners of all ages in the Gifted and Talented realms presented is a culmination and combination of of 55 years of these resources. Personalized and practical solutions to helping students align their daily actions with their goals and aspirations will be described from a systemic perspective.
And at the end of the day, a classroom of 100% of the student reaching the intended outcomes would be fantastic – as it leaves them with the feeling of success, more time to continue exploring and inquiring the topics that they personally love the most, and it results in a stronger and healthier society.
With an explosion of educational technologies available in the marketplace there’s some who suggest that we are in the midst of a revolution in education (Twyman, 2014b). We believe that this is true and aim to support this cause as well, and not only for traditional educational environments (i.e., school, universities).
The bird that knows themselves best is the bird that gets the worm. They are the one that succeeds.
Setting good goals should start with reviewing your personal values or the large categories of life that you care about that can never be achieved. Then you should identify how much of your time in the last week was spent towards each area, it does not have to be exact but should be a general approximation.
"It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that I stay with problems longer. --Albert Einstein"
The goal of any instructional sequence or curricula is to help a learner acquire, enjoy, and use some skill in a real life scenario. Having a clear end goal of when we are successful at teaching anything is at the heart of the Precision Measurement process and begins with the process of “pinpointing.”